Do you find yourself constantly or even obsessively checking your email all day long? Do you feel a sinking sense of dread and resentment every time you look at your inbox? If you’re like a lot of business owners I know, you probably wonder why people talk about email being a time saver, when in your world, it feels like a huge time eater! Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Time Management
Everyone wants to work smarter and find more time! And today I am happy to share a chrome extension that helps you do just that, when you’re working with PDF documents. Read the rest of this post »
Chip Kelly and Philadelphia Eagles are probably not words you’d ever have expected to see at the start of a post on The Time Finder. But bear with me – he’s got some interesting things to say about time! Read the rest of this post »
Time tools are always useful when your aim is to find time for what matters most!
And now that September has arrived, we let go of summer (here in the Northern Hemisphere, at least) and our thoughts turn toward school, work, and the transition into fall. Read the rest of this post »
I’ve had to come face-to-face with some hard truths.
And one of them is I’ve been letting my emails control me. Read the rest of this post »
You know what a wiki is, right?
My guess is that you’ve used Wikipedia a time or two, but the word wiki itself may not be something you’re too familiar with. So here’s a snippet of what Wikipedia says about a wiki: Read the rest of this post »
Just when you feel like you’ve recovered from the rush and hubbub of the holidays, tax season is right around the corner. And when you run a small business out of your home, it can be hard to figure out what forms you need to fill out, what pieces of documentation are necessary and a myriad of other important details. One of the thorniest issues for many small business owners (after actually buckling down to DO the dreaded taxes, of course) is figuring out what expenses are deductible. Read the rest of this post »
“Slow down, you move too fast; you’ve got to make the morning last …” Remember that song from the ’60?s?
Finding time to slow down – or to “stop and smell the roses” – might be advice that feels so familiar that it seems like a cliché. But there’s a great deal of wisdom there. Read the rest of this post »
As your business starts to build, responding to email inquiries can become a problem. There are just so many of them! You might think this is a good thing, and to an extent it is because emails are part of client attraction. But you need to learn how to efficiently handle, sort, and respond to numerous emails. Read the rest of this post »
Productivity is something we all strive for – but is it always all that it’s cracked up to be?
What does your wise mind tell you? Read the rest of this post »